Yes, you! The one with the mustache! Oh? You don't have a mustache? Er... In addition to raising money through our online store, a GoFundMe page was created to promote the project. Read about Project Pinwheel at GoFundMe. Unfortunately, the service requires users have Facebook and raise $100.00 before appearing in their public search database.
The strangest thing happened.
I found what made me interested in solar energy as a child. It was a car I thought was called a "roach" but in fact people referred to it as that due to its shape.
It was the GM Sunraycer.
"It will be, whatever you want it to be."
I think it's okay to say that I wanted Project Pinwheel to be able to charge all-electric vehicles; I don't question whether it can be done at all. My greatest concern is theft.
It's still an option but I wonder if that would limit what it can do - not that it's the only thing it would have done. I've thought of several scenarios where it would be helpful; most notably, those who simply can't plug an all-electric vehicle in a nearby outlet to charge which excludes...well...a tremendous amount of people from being able to buy an all-electric car.
In thinking about perpetual motion, I wonder if the word should even exist.
Think about it. Something like perpetual motions suggests that energy can be created and should be (ideally) harnessed; efficiencies and the nuances involved are entirely separate but should not be ignored. Do I believe it's possible? Of course. Is there a need for it? Not really. Would it solve any problem? Doesn't seem like it. This is a case of, "doing something for the case of doing something."
After integrating the 12 Volt Solar Battery Charger with Project Pinwheel, I've decided to change the 12 Volt Solar Kit in a variety of ways; I suppose the most important one is that it'll be more affordable. :)
A few weeks ago, I removed the Auxiliary battery cable because it simply doesn't work with some modes of transportation while "off." Here are some other changes that will take place: